It was about five months ago when Citroen introduced the Cactus concept and now the French marque has unveiled the production variant. The vehicle has the following dimensions: 4.16 meters long, 1.73 meters wide and 1.48 meters tall while the wheelbase stands at 2.60 meters. It tips the scales at just 965 kg which makes it 200 kg lighter than the regular C4. On the outside it’s wearing plastic body cladding as well as those so-called “Airbumps” which have been designed to absorb the energy from low-speed impacts. The Cactus also comes with a panoramic glass roof, LED daytime running lights and a unique C-pillar.
Citroen says the C4 Cactus will be offered with a gasoline engine that will enable the model to have CO2 emissions of less than 100 g/km, while a diesel-powered version is going to return 75.8 mpg US (91.1 mpg UK or 3.1 liters / 100 km) with corresponding CO2 emissions of just 82 g/km.